Evangelical Humanitarian Organization World Relief Issues Statement in Response to US Airstrikes in Syria

Evangelical Humanitarian Organization World Relief Issues Statement in Response to US Airstrikes in Syria

“World Relief condemns the use of chemical weapons of any kind and in any situation. We are heartbroken for the Syrian people. Our focus remains the same today as it has been, to serve the most vulnerable in the region, including refugees and those internally displaced by the Syrian civil war.” -Scott Arbeiter, World Relief President

Turkana North, Kenya: One of the Worst Humanitarian Disaster You’ve Never Heard About

Turkana North, Kenya: One of the Worst Humanitarian Disaster You’ve Never Heard About

From Turkana County, Kenya—a remote and often forgotten region of Eastern Africa near the border of Ethiopia—CEO of World Relief, Tim Breene, has spent the last week meeting with local churches, pastors, government officials, and World Relief humanitarian workers to personally assess the dire situation on the ground.

World Relief Statement on the International Affairs Budget

 World Relief Statement on the International Affairs Budget

At a time of growing international humanitarian crises, it is important now more than ever, for the U.S. to continue its moral leadership in caring for the most vulnerable.
 

In Honor of International Women’s Day, World Relief Unveils “Proverbs 31” Video As Part of Organization’s Thank God for Women Campaign

In Honor of International Women’s Day, World Relief Unveils “Proverbs 31” Video As Part of Organization’s Thank God for Women Campaign

Beginning March 1st, global humanitarian relief and development organization, World Relief, began the roll out of the Thank God for Women campaign which focuses on empowering women and elevating their invaluable contribution in transforming families, communities, and cultures around the world.

World Relief Responds to Revised Trump Executive Order

World Relief Responds to Revised Trump Executive Order

World Relief expresses ongoing concern at the Trump Administration’s decision to maintain a 120-day moratorium on the Refugee Admissions Program, excluding refugees from many of the world’s most vulnerable populations.

World Relief to Highlight the Strength of Women in 2017

 World Relief to Highlight the Strength of Women in 2017

Global humanitarian relief and development organization, World Relief, is starting 2017 with a focus on empowering women and elevating their invaluable contribution in transforming families, communities, and cultures around the world.

World Relief Echoes Concerns of Rev. Samuel Rodriguez Pertaining Anxieties Within Immigrant Communities

World Relief Echoes Concerns of Rev. Samuel Rodriguez Pertaining Anxieties Within Immigrant Communities

World Relief stands with Rev. Samuel Rodriguez, President of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference (NHCLC), and also a former World Relief board member. Amid increased anxieties among immigrant communities in the U.S., Rev. Rodriguez recently issued this statement.